A real estate transaction is stressful as much when you are selling, and don't want to lose money, as when you are buying; perhaps the most important financial decision of your life. Both... sellers and buyers need trustworthy advice and digestible information. That is why you need a professional by your side and on your side.
La compra y venta de inmuebles es un proceso estresante. Hay mucho dinero involucrado y se trata de lograr transacciones con el máximo de beneficios. Es por ello que un especialista que vaya con usted a lo largo del proceso —sin agobiarlo—, es de máxima utilidad.
1: Find a real estate agent 2: Find out how much your home is worth 3: Prepare your home to sell 4: Show your home 5: Receive & negociate offers 6: Accept & sign a contract 7: Cooperate with home inspection 8: Prepare for closing 9: Get your money!
1: Find a real estate agent 2: Get home loan pre-approved 3: Choose the house you want 4: Make an offer 5: Sign the contract and respect the contingencies period 6: Home inspection 7: Get insurance 8: Closing Day 9: Get the keys and move in!
1: Find a real estate agent 2: Define price and terms 3: Make / Receive an escrow deposit 4: Send / Receive / Accept an offer 5: Sign the contract and respect the contingencies period 6: Condo Application (if apply) 7: Get the keys / Get your money!
By: Florida New Dream Corp. ¿Quién paga cada gasto? Tu contrato de compraventa debe especificar quién paga cada dólar de cada gasto relacionado con la compra de la casa. Los gastos más comunes incluyen: Honorarios del agente de cierre o fideicomiso (escrow), por sus servicios.Honorarios relacionados con el título: búsqueda de título (title search) y seguro de […]Read More
businessinsider – Barbara Smith Miami leads the US in mortgage delinquencies for the top 10 metropolitan areas, as reported by CoreLogic on Tuesday in their monthly loan performance findings. Roughly 14% of mortage payers in the city were behind 30 days or more in payments. New York and Las Vegas took the No. 2 and […]Read More
By Kristine Hansen | Aug 4, 2020. Realtor.com This isn’t the only floating home in the Pacific Northwest—but it is the only one with outer-space vibes. On the market for $850,000, this futuristic-looking home on the water is described in the listing details as “Portland’s most iconic and famous floating home.” This 3,000-square-foot, three-bedroom home floats off the […]Read More